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SCREEN starting screen named screen -S name within sudo script /dev/null screen -S name disconnecting ^a d reconnecting screen -x foo screen -x user/foo listing screen -ls $HOME/.screenrc hardstatus alwayslastline "%w %= %H " defscrollback 10000 multiuser on addacl user1 addacl user2 addacl userN help ^a ? WINDOW new window ^a c ^a : screen title window ^a A name ^a : title name close window ^a k ^a : k using ^d at the shell prompt will close end the current shell and so close the window. select window ^a number ^a : select number select next window ^a backspace ^a : prev read-only window ^a : chacl * -w number read-write window ^a : chacl * +w number REGION new region (aka split) ^a S ^a : split select next region ^a tab resize regions (equally) ^a : resize = close region ^a X ^a : remove close all regions except the current region ^a Q ^a : only SCROLL-BACK view ^a esc page back ^b page forward ^f finished esc esc ENDSee http://aperiodic.net/screen/start for an online manual.
I had a little problem where Chrome was not the default viewer for XML documents on my Mac. Using the "Open With..." dialog to select the application to use with the document did not stick. In the end I used the duti utility, eg
duti -s com.google.chrome text/xml alland this seems to have worked. Will see if it continues to work after a reboot.
The other problem is what are the applications, UTIs, or MIME types that can be used? The command
/System/Library/Frameworks/CoreServices.framework/Versions/A/Frameworks/LaunchServices.framework/Versions/A/Support/lsregister -dump | grep ...can be used to investigate. Further, I found a reference to AllApplications which will also help.